The world really is your oyster with Royal Caribbean’s latest Global WOW Sale. With over 1,500 cruises worldwide to choose from, and up to US$200 onboard credit* on offer, now is the best time to book your next cruise. The South Pacific, New Zealand, Europe, round Australia, Asia, Canada, Alaska, the Caribbean – the choices are endless.
Prices start from AU$999/ NZ$1149*pp for a 10 night South Pacific Splendour cruise on Rhapsody of the Seas. Stroll on silky stretches of pristine sand, snorkel in crystal clear waters and amble around colourful markets. Continue reading
Currently celebrating the biggest year in their history, Viking Cruises® has again been named “Best River Cruise Line” in Cruise Critic’s® 6th Annual Editors’ Picks Awards, both in the U.S. and the U.K. Recognized for their expansive fleet of new ships and the number of choices they can offer guests around the world, Viking® was selected by Cruise Critic’s international team of editors.
“To again receive Cruise Critic’s top award for a river cruise line is a wonderful testament to the entire Viking team,” says Viking Chairman Torstein Hagen. “We have worked incredibly hard to build experiences and ships that help our guests explore new destinations in comfort. Yes, we are the biggest river cruise line, but we will also always strive to be the best- and having the editorial staff of Cruise Critic acknowledge Viking as such is the capstone of a remarkable year.”
“Viking Cruises is on the most aggressive new build kick in the industry,” says Carolyn Spencer Brown, Editor-in-Chief of Cruise Critic. “Numbers mean options – and from itineraries to sail dates, the largest river cruise line in the world allows you to create the cruise you want.” Continue reading
Watch and learn all about the exciting 2014 Alaska Cruise Season, including the debut of Crown Princess sailing our top-rated Voyage of the Glaciers itinerary
Travelling is an interesting experience for anyone, but in the modern age it has become increasingly fascinating. With the development of technology over the recent years, planning your latest trips have become a bit more involved. Not only do you have to take care of physical items, but technological ones too. Travel apps have become a part of the experience for those who want to get the most out of their trip. Yet, what apps are among the best and necessary for those who want to travel with the assistance of these apps. This article will review ten travel apps that could come in handy on your next holiday.
Before going on a trip around the world, it is essential to be in sync with the local weather. Is the weather good for a certain activity that day? Could it be pushed to another day? This app is designed for individuals who want to get the weather quick and easily with a few swipes and touches. WeatherPro gets the job done with accurate reports and timely updates. http://www.weatherpro.eu Continue reading
The Rhone River has been an important transportation route since the writing of the earliest historical documents of the Greek and Roman civilizations. Archeologists have found evidence it was used as a natural route even before recorded history. This river is still an important waterway in the twenty-first century. Now you can enjoy its magnificence on Rhone River cruises.
Where Is The Rhone Located?
The Rhone’s first water source is high in the Swiss Alps. It descends into Switzerland, passing by glaciers and growing from various sources until it enters Lake Geneva. From this famous lake, the river exits towards the French border. This river then courses through France until it meets its end at the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.
There is certainly a lot to see and experience between the Swiss Alps and the French shore of the Mediterranean Sea. Besides the dramatic vistas that range from mountains to French wine country, a cruise also allows travelers to stop and immerse themselves in a variety of local stops. These stops range from famous historical sites to contemporary cities. Continue reading